Alexi Freeman: MicroTextiles
Dimensions: Approx. 600 (w) x 600 (l) + 50 (d) - 60mm (d)
MicroTextiles is a regenerative design project cultivated from waste currently destined for landfill. Once nutrient rich resources have been recovered, they are used for the cultivation of cellulose forming bacteria via a fermentation process. Within a month, the microorganisms secrete extracellular, nanofibrillar matrices which become textiles. This work is part of a larger research project aiming to develop ecologically relevant fibres applicable to the fashion and textile industry.
Photo credit: Emily Dimozantos, 2021.
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